Police have now put out a partial sketch of a suspect based on information from two eye witnesses. They say two teenagers helped them come up with the likeness of a man in connection with the stabbing death of 63-year old Huong Rowlett.
She was working alone at the B&B store on 10th and Browning around 6 o'clock April first when someone attacked her. Police are looking for a hispanic male 18 to 23 years old, about six feet tall and weighing 135 to 150 pounds.
Witnesses say he wore a red and white checkered polo and baggy pants. Amarillo Police Lieutenant Gary Trupe says witnesses described the man's hair as "a fade cut" starting to grow out and down to the collar.